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Since her murder, ‘DCG’ has been deservedly hailed as a heroic journalist

Anger and condemnation from superiors can breed division. But better systems of accountability could help

Catholicism cannot be reinvented as if from a clean slate in every generation

In the new BBC show, religious observance is little more than a tribal marker

A silent majority of bishops agree, but one can appreciate why they haven’t spoken out

If Iran changes for the better, the Holy See stands to be in a good position

Many voters disagree with the Pope’s position on migrants. He needs to win them over

Priests in small parishes often rely on the Christmas and Easter collections

Until now, London has been something of a micro-climate for traditional Anglo-Catholics. That will now change.

Bernardino Luini’s ‘Christ Among the Doctors’ shows that Our Lord is the Law, and has come to teach with authority